Tone of Protests Changes Since War's Start

NPR's Lynn Neary is joined by NPR's Robert Smith, who reports that in New York, thousands of people converged in Herald Square in Midtown. They were angry — but peaceful. They marched down Broadway. At one point, the procession was 1-1/2 miles long.

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